Alec MacKaye

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Alec MacKaye is an American singer and musician best known as a member of the Washington, DC Hardcore bands Untouchables, The Faith, and Ignition. In the mid-1990s Alec joined the band The Warmers as a vocalist and guitarist. Their album 14 Songs was released in 1996 by Dischord Records. The album achieved some recognition on the college radio charts. In more recent years MacKaye has focused on other artistic pursuits such as writing and painting. Mondo James Dean, an anthology of poetry and short-fiction edited by Richard Peabody and Lucinda Ebersole, was dedicated to MacKaye.

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MacKaye is the younger brother of Minor Threat singer and guitarist Ian MacKaye. He is shown on the cover of Minor Threat's self-titled EP, Minor Threat, and later the Complete Discography. He is also featured on the cover of the Teen Idles's Minor Disturbance EP.


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